Aspiring artists are being given the chance to brush up on their watercolour skills thanks to a painting course being held at Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s headquarters.
The six week course takes place at the Trust’s Wolseley Centre base, near Rugeley, aimed at both beginner and intermediate painters who want to improve their watercolour skills.
The tutor led course will be led by local artist Sue Chatterton. The theme of the course includes learning how to paint the perfect sky.
Sam Pachner, Conference and Events Officer at the Trust, said:
“We are really pleased Sue will be returning to lead this popular course. The practical sessions are held in a relaxed, no pressure and fun environment, so even the most novice of painters can progress at their own pace.”
The course starts on Thursday 8th September and runs for six weeks until Thursday 20th October, with sessions running between 7pm and 9pm in the Trust’s Gatehouse building.
The fee for the course is £60 with a portion of the proceeds going to support Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s work protecting wildlife across the county.
The Wolseley Centre is located on the A51 between Stone and Rugeley.
To book a place or for more information, call the Trust on 01889 880100.